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Windows XP@20: From the killer of ME to banging out patches for yet another vulnerability
UK watchdog launches full probe of Motorola Solutions' cop-comms deals on Emergency Services Network
Intel hopes to burn newly open-sourced AI debug tech into chips
Tesla slams into reverse, pulls latest beta of Full Self-Driving software from participating car owners
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HIV Scotland fined £10,000 for BCC email blunder identifying names of virus carriers
Twitter's machine learning algorithms amplify tweets from right-wing politicians over those on the left
Online harms don’t need dangerous legislation, they need a spot of naval action
IT outsourcing: SLAs, patches – and how uptime funk's going to get to you
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Facebook sues scraper who sold 178 million phone numbers and user IDs
Orders wrong, resellers receiving wrong items? Must be a programming error and certainly not a rushing techie
Asia's 'superapps' bundle ride-share, food delivery, even financial services – and they're beating big tech
Electronic Frontier Foundation ousts co-founder John Gilmore from its board
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Cleanup on aisle C: Tesco app back online after attack led to shopping app outages
Here comes the blob: Asia's top 'net boffin thinks 'shapeless services' could replace the Internet
NASA sets a date to begin lunar tuning